Summer 2015

Reunion 2015

Alumni reconnect at annual spring celebration

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Photo: Jacob Belcher

The Friedman School held its Alumni Awards Ceremony and Dinner during All-Alumni Reunion on Saturday, March 28, at the Moakley Courthouse in Boston. Shown here are Eric Ciappio, N11, and Lara Park, N09.

At the event, Tatyana El-Kour, N05, received the Leah Horowitz Humanitarian Award for striving to achieve lasting change by empowering communities and creating systems-based solutions to problems, and Ke Ha, N99, MPH99, received the Leadership and Expertise Award for conducting high-impact work in the field of nutrition. Roger Fielding, N93, a senior scientist at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts, received the Nutrition Impact Award for making outstanding contributions to the field of nutrition.

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